When an Exchange administrator configures ActiveSync device access rules should they use Block or Quarantine actions?
How to use ActiveSync device access rules to block iOS 6.1 devices from connecting to Microsoft Exchange Server.
A series of issues have emerged with the latest iOS upgrade from Apple that are impacting organizations that use Exchange ActiveSync for mobile access.
Describes the process for how Exchange Server 2010 decides whether a mobile device is allowed to connect using ActiveSync.
How to identify and remove existing Exchange 2010 ActiveSync device associations so that changes to the default access level settings apply correctly.
How to create an ActiveSync device access rule based on the device's user agent in Exchange Server 2010
Security researchers have demonstrated a vulnerability in the way popular smart phones connect to Exchange servers.
Exchange 2010 error "The ActiveSyncDevice Cannot be Found" occurs when performing a remote device wipe when a user object has been moved to a different OU.
Book review of iPhone with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010: Business Integration and Deployment by Steve Goodman.
See how your staff can use the mobile device management features of Exchange Server 2010 and ActiveSync to perform remote wipes for their mobile devices.
Should Apple try to win the enterprise mobility space by acquiring the struggling RIM, or should Microsoft take them over and deny Apple the chance?